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This course examines language structure, second language acquisition theories, the nature of cognitive and affective language development, and sociocultural and political factors affecting language development. An analysis of the theories, models, processes, and stages of language acquisition will also be covered.
In order for the University of Phoenix to issue Crosscultural, Language, and Academic Development (CLAD) Institutional Recommendation a candidate must meet the following requirements:
This course is designed specifically for holders of a valid California Teaching Credential (or equivalent, see below) seeking a California English Learner Authorization and Cross-cultural, Language and Academic Development (CLAD) Certificate
This course requires the student to have a valid California Teaching Credential, Single Subject, Multiple Subject, Life, Preliminary, Speech-Language Pathology or Clinical or Rehabilitative Sciences Credential with Special Class Authorization, School Nurse Services Credential with a Special Teaching Authorization in Health, Visiting Faculty Permit, Children's Center Permit (excluding emergency) or Child Development Permit (excluding Assistant and Associate Permits) that authorizes the holder to provide instruction to pupils.
You will be required to upload proof of this requirement during the checkout process.
PLEASE NOTE: The following are not appropriate prerequisite credentials or permits: Emergency Permits, Provisional Internship Permits, Short-Term Staff Permits, District Intern Credentials, University Intern Credentials, Exchange Credentials Sojourn, Certified Employee Credentials, or Services credentials without a special class authorization.
The materials required for this course are covered in your resource fees.
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